Fodor's Expert Review Casa Faz Frio

$ Chiado and Bairro Alto Portuguese

This convivial adega (tavern)—complete with wood beams, stone floors, and bunches of garlic suspended from the ceiling—may look a little faded. But it is now one of just two in Lisbon to boast gabinetes—paneled booths traditionally used for trysts but also handy for working lunches—and is a great place to sample rustic food on the cheap. There is a different bacalhau dish every day, and paella is always on the menu; other house specialties include grilled cuttlefish and secretos, lean meat from the belly of the porco preto pig.

Portuguese Historical Romantic Casual Lunch Dinner $

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Rua de Dom Pedro V 96–98
Lisbon, Lisbon  1250-095, Portugal

21-346–1860

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Rate Includes: Closed Sun.

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